Boy did Planned Parenthood drop the ball on this one. A woman from Kansas City just gave birth to her third set of twins in 26 months. Though one of them died right after birth, that still leaves this young, unwed, unemployed woman with 5 children under the age of 3. If you are wondering how this woman can possibly afford so many kids, that’s where you come in. She’d like you to cover the expenses related to her extremely poor life choices.
Inside Edition ran a piece praising Danesha Couch:
Couch is now proud mom to Dalanie and Darla, who were born last month, 1-year-old Delilah and Davina, born May 2015, and 2-year-old Danarius, born April 2014.
Danarius is also a twin, but his brother, Desmond, passed away five minutes after birth.
The Huffington Post went even further, referring to Couch as a “super mom.”
Having one set of twins can be a real game-changer — now imagine having three.
A Kansas super mom has her arms full of babies after naturally giving birth to three sets of twins over a 26-month period.
And the game that gets changed in a situation like this is a financial one. Couch used to be employed but doesn’t work now for obvious reasons. She appears to have a white boyfriend, who may not be the father of all of these children, but his job isn’t enough to cover all of the bills. That’s why Couch has set up a GoFundMe page to elicit funds from the public to finance her adventures in irresponsible breeding:
“To help support my babies i would like to say i have tried to sign up for benefits and got denied,” writes Couch.
That doesn’t mean she signed up for benefits and was denied, just that she’d like to say that’s what happened. An unwed unemployed mother of 5 is due massive benefits under the democrats’ social safety net. There is no way in hell she isn’t getting help from the government unless she didn’t really apply or is lying about this.
“I try best i can as a mother but sometimes i need help and honestly im not to proud to ask.. I have a son Danarius he is 2 , i have 2 sets of twin girls 1 yrs old , and another set of girls that are newborns and this would be to help with diapers, wipes, food in the house, and formula just simple things like that.. Again my husband and i are making it but I’m reaching out for help because we are not to good to ask,” continued Couch.
For the record, the Inside Edition piece said she had a fiancé, not a husband, so this is probably a lie. Even if she is married, it is a lie that they are “making it” if she’s on the Internet begging for money.
Try not to judge Couch too harshly; she may be the victim of racism here as pointed out by The HuffPo:
Couch’s race could have played a factor: African-American women are more likely than Caucasian and Asian women to have twins.
If everything else that has a disproportional affect on blacks is systemic racism, this must also be racism, right?
So far Couch has cyber-panhandled over $2,000. As you can imagine, the comments section of the GoFundMe page has some less-than-kind assessments of Couch:
“pathetic. having kids you cant afford and then asking others to pay for it. Absolutely the most ghetto thing to do,” wrote one commenter.
“Why are you continuing to have children that you can’t support ON YOUR OWN. Pathetic excuse for a mother. Stop begging peopel to take care of the kids YOU created. What are the odds that these kids will end up another black statistic in gangs and violence bc you are bringing hem into an unstable impoverished life? You should be absolutely ashamed of yourself. I hope that these kids get taken away from you and put with a family that can actually take care of them,” wrote a responsible mother.
Good point. If you can’t afford one baby, you definitely can’t afford 5 or more. Adjust your reproductive habits accordingly.